Motorola DROID 4 Price and Review Full Specifications

Here is an another release of gadget in 2012. Motorola and Verizon wireless have just announced the newest version of their epic line of Droid phones: the Motorola Droid 4. The duo are claiming the device is the thinnest 4G LTE QWERTY Smartphone on the planet. If that’s a tongue twister you can’t tie your noodle around, let me put it in more basic terms: the Droid 4 is only half an inch thick and has a full 5-row slide-out keyboard and 4G connectivity. And it is Pretty impressive.

The Motorola Droid 4 will be the fourth entry into Verizon and Motorola’s Droid lineup. There’s not a ton that’s different here from the previous version. There’s a 1.2GHz dual-core processor, 1GB of RAM, a 4 inch display and a slide-out QWERTY keyboard, though the latter has gotten a significant overhaul compared to the past three devices in this series. This also marks the first DROID to come with 4G LTE.

Honestly though, the Droid 3 had all of these things. The only thing it lacked was 4G LTE. Luckily, Motorola has finally come around. The Droid 4 will have full 4G LTE connectivity. Combined with a thinner profile and updated design, the new Droid is finally a phone that doesn’t require keyboard lovers to make big sacrifices on connection speed or processing power

SOFTWARE:

To call it MotoBlur would be a slap in the face to this less offensive Android UX. Though it’s far from the stock Ice Cream Sandwich pastures we’re confident the company will adopt post-Google merger (and hopefully port to this handset), it’s still a software overlay, however benign(having a kindly disposition).

Moto’s own PR team makes nary a mention of what was previously referred to as its Application Platform — a fancier term for skin — which does its best here to be as inobtrusive as possible, delivering a consistent experience that should be recognizable to fans of the company’s latest phones. As you may have guessed, this 2012 device runs Gingerbread (version 2.3.6, to be exact), so if you’re holding your breath for that planned ICS update, prepare to turn blue by summer’s start.

You’re still given access to the same five home screens, but, sadly, there’s no ability to reduce or add to that real estate as needed, although you can customize the dock. Even the app drawer’s remained unchanged, displaying the entirety of the phone’s app collection or sorting it by user preference. As you might expect, the Droid 4 ships with pre-installed bloat a plenty — Verizon’s contributions alone amount to 13 — with the spread of third-party software ranging from the useful (Twitter, Netflix, Amazon Kindle) to unnecessary (Let’s Golf 2, Slacker, Slingbox).

Not one to be left out, Motorola’s also crammed its own dedicated applications onto the device’s 8GB of storage, the most helpful of which is Smart Actions, an intelligent system that learns users’ habits and adjusts settings to optimize battery life. Enterprise customers will be happy to note that the Droid 4 comes loaded with Citrix Receiver for Android, a feature accessible only in webtop mode via an optional 10- or 14-inch lapdock.

 Specifications :

  •  1.2GHz processor
  • 1GB RAM
  • 4.0-inch qHD display
  • Scratch and scrape resistant glass, water-repellant nanocoating for splash resistance
  • 8MP camera with 1080p video
  • HDMI mirroring
  • MotoCast
  • 4G LTE Mobile Hotspot support (up to 8 devices)
  • Water-repellent nanocoating for splash resistance
  • 16 GB on-board memory
  • MicroSD slot up to 32GB
  • Internal Memory of 16GB storage and 1 GB RAM

It’s also worth noting that abundant stores have already posted a great discount on this phone. You can get the phone for $777.

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7 Responses to “Motorola DROID 4 Price and Review Full Specifications”

  1. Samsung Refurbished

    Feb 14. 2012

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  2. Kuldeep Khatri

    Feb 15. 2012

    If ever someone asked me which phone to buy in high end range i use to suggest iphone,Samsung S2 but now i think i should add this phone in my list :)

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    Feb 21. 2012

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    Dec 11. 2012

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